Angie Derrett


With over 20 years of experience, Angie is a passionate educator in matters relating to self development, leadership and organisational change. Angie has a specific passion and extensive experience working in and addressing issues relating to rural and remote Australian communities. Her background in criminal justice brings a dynamic and confident approach to her facilitation style. 

Angie’s background in developing and facilitating programs for government and non government organisations such as Education Queensland and the Australian Defence Force provides a diverse understanding and application of client needs including program delivery and facilitation flexibility. 

When not working for Sentis, Angie conducts programs relating to personal and organisational wellbeing, cyber safety and volunteers her time to teaching cyber security to Older Australians. She is passionate about providing communities with equal education opportunities by working across all generations and socio-economic groups. 

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